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Right Tools For the Job
Everyone @ the forum has their own arsenal of tools. From the basics to super-specialty. They've been there for us countless hours in the garage, outside, and occasionally on the side of the road when Ol' Reliable wasn't so reliable. There's Mac, Snap-On, Cornwell, Matco, and some of us who get by just fine with the "mix & match" sets that do just as good if not better when in the right hands. I, personally, am a die-hard Snap-On/Blue Point fan. I really wish my camera wasn't broken, but I have a sweet 75th Aniversary Edition in British Racing Green metallic with gold borders. It's filled with everything from A-Z: basic ratchet sets (1/4"-3/4"), pullers, lock-out kits, wrenches, screwdrivers, air tools, everything from all walks of life. I still get by with the old Snap-On "Brick". I'm getting pics soon. What do you use?
"HEAVY" 2001 F-250 XLT 4x4 EC SB
TW 6pos chip, S&B CAI, Monster 4" exhaust w/ Power Elbow, Big Head WGA, Technicooler, ITP boost fooler, Gen 1 Wicked Wheel, Six-Gun Tuner, Optima Yellow Tops, AutoMeter(Boost, Trans, EGT), CCV mod, MTS TC, MTS valve body, Trans Tech performance rebuild kit, TransGo shift kit, Hornblasters 242 Shocker Train Horns.
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